Does anyone had a problem with a sunvisors falling down from the base on a toyota camry 2012? I had that problem and toyota refuse to fix it even do stil under warranty , so I ended up paying $673.00 to toyota dealer to fix it, .

Asked by Nov 23, 2014 at 02:12 PM about the 2012 Toyota Camry LE

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Wow, I would have just taken a piece of tape and wrap it around the roller on the visor. That would have made if fatter so it would have a tighter fit in the holding clip. 10 cent fix.....

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Actually the problem was bigger than that ,I took the car to a private body shop for another estimate it was about $700.00 to fix it ,they explain to me that it is a structural problem since the metal frame that holds the screws where the visor is attached was broken and thorn,so in order for them to fix the problem the have to remove the liner from the top of the car to replace part of the metal for a thicker stronger one.this problem was diferent from the one a lot of people had been complaining

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